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Brave Sword 09 vs Twister F9

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Yahoooo, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. Yahoooo

    Yahoooo Regular Member

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    Im currently at intermediate double front court player as I cant smash hard. Currently using Muscle Power 45 which i feel slow in def and hard to intercept at the front court (I thk is bcoz of the heaviness?) and cant smash as hard as i cant flex the racquet.

    Im thinking of buying one of the above 2 racquet for something similar(wilson vertex 2 or some yonex?).

    Can someone comment about the difference of the 2 racquets? How different are them in all area?
    1. Stiffness
    2. Head Heavy
    3. Attack
    4. Defence
    5. Speed
    and all other areas.
    Please share some of your personal experience too.


    Can you all recommend some racquet if you think its suitable?
     
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    bs09 vs f9 (i got both)
    stiffness=bs09>f9 (just little bit)
    head heavy= f9>bs09
    attack=f9>bs09 by alot
    defence=ard the same
    speed=bs09>f9 (f9 is not slow thou).

    f9 is a good buy.
     
  3. lindanfan321

    lindanfan321 Regular Member

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    If you are a front court player I think BS09 would be faster. But the F9 is a ton more powerful and just a little lacking in speed compared to BS09. Since both are pretty maneuverable, defense won't suffer, even though the F9 is a little head heavy.
     
  4. Yahoooo

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    thanks for the reply..still thinking because dun hav money to buy both
     
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    Do you have a budget? Because BS09 is quite cheap compared to F9
     
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    My budget is jz nice enough to buy 1 of them..like if I buy bs09 then I have extra money left..
     
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    Then I suggest the F9. It is better in many aspects compared to the BS09.
     
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    how is the F9 compared to N50? which one is faster and quicker for double? and which one can generate a better smashing power?
     
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    F9 is faster and lighter than N50. As for smashing both are good in their own right. Overall I would say a F9 is better for doubles since it is fast and yet powerful :)
     
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    how is F9 and BS09 compare to N80?is there any similar racquet to both of this?because BS09 is out of production
     
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    what is the balance point for kason f9? since it is slightly head heavy
     
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    It's around 295mm, mine is 298mm wet.
     
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    I have not came across any racket quite as powerful and fast as the F9. As for the BS09 similar rackets, I believe you can find them easily. Flexible-Mid stiff even balanced racket is all you need for a BS09, not quite as special as the F9.
     
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    kason f9 is medium flex?
     
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    Indeed, which explains its great power with little effort and it's user-friendliness? However, the BS09 even with its soft flex does not generate lots of power like the F9. The Bravesword series is designed for speed, not power.
     
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    i believe that kason have special technology to make it like that
     
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    You mean the "Power Axe" tech? I never believed in technogies before. But the F9 is way too special and powerful compared to a racket with its similar specs.
     
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    haha..maybe =D
     
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    Haha, yeah. I still don't know what Power Axe is, haha
     
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    if not mistaken..the head of the frame inside there have some weight..so make it more powerful..something like that haha
     

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